What does streetwear mean to Gen Z fashion fans?
12 Jul 2022
What does streetwear mean to Gen Z fashion fans?

Streetwear fashion encompasses different subcultures, trends, and influences, with its rise in popularity fueled by the product-churning fashion sector and people’s demand for newness. As Gen Zers move streetwear towards being hype-based and exclusive, how is this impacting the wider fashion space?

Zorsha Taylor Suich

Zorsha Taylor Suich is a writer for The Greylock Glass, whose work involves long-form articles on fashion and culture. She adopts a culture-critic lens in many of her pieces such as her most recent series, The Individualisation of Fashion, for her column Leisure and Lapels. She is the former fashion editor for Concrete, UEA’s student newspaper, and part of the editing team for Mausoleum Press, a student-run zine.

Dino Bonacic

Dino Bonacic is a London-based, Croatian-born freelance journalist, editor, and lecturer with a focus on fashion, arts, and culture. He has written for publications including The Guardian, Financial Times, i-D, Buffalo Zine, Lampoon, Pylot Magazine, and Gay Times, as well as 10 Magazine where he worked as the online editor for two years.

Jordan Anderson

Jordan Anderson is editor-at-large at NSS Magazine and online editor at Twin Magazine. As a fashion journalist and creative director, his work explores political themes in and outside the fashion industry including race, gender, identity, and brand and cultural ethics.

J’Nae Phillips

J'Nae Phillips is an Insights Editor at Canvas8. After an early career working in fashion and media, her passion for culture and journalism grew and she made the transition to writing and editing full-time. She specialises in fashion, trends, cultural shifts and all of the good stuff that gets people talking.